Tap Step - Personnel

Personnel

  • Chick Corea - Clavinet, OB-X, Moog 55, Acoustic Piano, Minimoog, Rhodes, Fender Rhodes, Vocoder, Piano, Handclaps
  • Gayle Moran - Vocals on Samba L.A. and The Embrace
  • Flora Purim - Vocals on Samba L.A.
  • Shelby Flint - Vocals on Samba L.A.
  • Nani Villa Brunel - Vocals on Samba L.A.
  • Airto Moreira - Snare Drums, Tamborim, Whistle Drums, Pandero on Samba L.A. and Cuica on The Slide'
  • Laudir de Oliveira - Surdo, AgogĂ´, Ganza, Tamborim on Samba L.A. and Agogo on The Slide
  • Hubert Laws - Flute on The Embrace and Piccolo on Flamenco
  • Bunny Brunel - Fretless Bass on all tracks except Samba L. A., Yamaha 2000 on The Embrace
  • Tom Brechtlein - Drums on all tracks except Samba L. A.
  • Don Alias - Congas on The Embrace, Magic Carpet and Lya drums on The Slide
  • Al Vizzutti - Trumpets on The Embrace, Tap Step, Magic Carpet and Flugelhorn on The Embrace
  • Joe Farrell - Tenor saxophone on Tap Step and Magic Carpet, Soprano saxophone on Flamenco
  • Jamie Faunt - Piccolo bass on The Slide
  • Stanley Clarke - Piccolo bass and Talk box on Grandpa Blues
  • Joe Henderson - Tenor saxophone on Flamenco

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